Government to mark the end of bailout

//Government to mark the end of bailout

Government to mark the end of bailout

The Government is to mark the end of the three year Troika bailout today.

It is the last working day of the programme. 

On Sunday night the three year Troika bailout will formally expire.

The Government will mark the day mostly by giving interviews to international media.

There will also be a news conference by Minister for Finance Michael Noonan and Minister for Public Expenditure Brendan Howlin to reflect on all that has happened and look ahead to what comes next.

In figures

There were four and a half months of meetings were held with Troika officials.

Up to 260 programme actions were completed. 

Almost €67,000m were borrowed. 

The yield on Government bonds at 3.5%, down from a peak of 14.5%. 


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